King Gillette Ranch is a window into Southern California’s colorful past, from the Chumash, through the era of Missions and Spanish land grants, to Hollywood in the 1930s, nestled in the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Built for razor magnate King C. Gillette in 1928, the stunning historic mansion was designed by Wallace Neff, known as the Architect of California’s Golden Age.
The Spanish Colonial Revival mansion evokes an old Hollywood glamour, while the rolling lawns, formal courtyards, and tranquil pond with bridges and swans, set the stage for an elegant occasion.
With 588 acres of scenic parkland and formal landscaping, you can get creative with this highly customizable property. King Gillette Ranch allows you to bring in your vendors just right for your needs and budget, including caterers, entertainment and decor.